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  1. As explained in this post (https://community.adobe.com/t5/acrobat-reader-discussions/get-rid-of-7-day-trial-after-rotate-from-context-menu-within-plug-in/m-p/12897117#M90403), we'd like to get rid of the pop up when a user clicks on the rotate buttons in the context menu.
    In the base Adobe Reader it is possible to use other menu's, but when another piece of software uses the plug in, these menu's aren't available and users are left with either the rotate buttons which generate the pop up, or the only option Rotate to the right.
    Please let the rotate buttons in the context menu act without the advert for the 7-day trial.
    TIA!

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  2. The PDF/UA ("tagged PDF") standard was established in 2012 to add accessibility features to the PDF format using a system of tags.

    The tags add semantic information to a document, "marking up" such elements as headings, lists, figures, tables and other common document idioms.

    PDF/UA also offers a 'read order' feature, which allows content to be presented in a non-visual way which corresponds to the intended sequence.

    These features may be created and edited using Acrobat Pro, which is good. although Acrobat Pro is currently unable to generate or accurately assess a fully compliant PDF/UA file without additional 3rd party…

    15 votes

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  3. I could never get the default zoom to be "fit width", even making the settings in multiple places in Preferences (Accessibility, Documents, Page Display). I'm finally fed up with Adobe Acrobat. It's so frustrating to click on a page on the bookmark, and having to adjust the zoom level EVERY SINGLE TIME. I found that Foxit allows me to make AND KEEP the selection of fit width.

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  4. Allowing a person to go through and edit how some text is read aloud, for example equations. Instead of being read literally, letting a person select or highlight the equation and enter in what it means in natural language.

    Example: A{p(t), q(t)} is currently read as "A p t q t" when, in the context of the book, it should be "Some function, A, of the momenta and spatial phase space coordinates".

    I don't see a way something very context-dependent could be programmed in, so having a way for the reader to manually change how the equation is interpreted and…

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  5. When having multiple tabs open from diferent PDF documents, would be nice to have to option to save current session to close the program and be able to reopen as left in the previous state. Sometimes Windows is requiring a restart for updates and you don´t want to loose all the documents open for the next day.

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  6. Look, I get it. Reader DC is a free product Adobe would love to sell paid products/services. That's absolutely fine. But placing a toolbar button that suggests a basic feature such as rotate view may require the paid version/subscription is disingenuous at best. Seems a bit deceptive when it gets down to it. Not a fan Adobe!

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  7. Any Method to Remove or Hide Adobe Acrobat Reader Tutorials from Help Menu.

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  8. Any chance that Adobe Reader will be integrated with Microsoft Edge Chromium in a similar way Adobe Reader is integrated with Internet Explorer 11 via ActiveX? Users opening pdf in IE are not even aware they see Adobe with plenty of features. ActiveX is legacy technology and not supported by modern browsers but maybe Adobe plans some deeper integration with Microsoft? I'm working in corporate environment with 70 housand users and received feedback that Microsoft Edge built-in pdf reader cannot open many pdf-s created in Adobe products.So in Edge browser there is option to redirect PDF to Adobe reader by…

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  9. HI. I am using Adobe Acrobat Pro 2020 and Adobe Reader DC.
    I think there is security bug at Adobe Reader DC when handling 3d-pdf files.

    The problem is enabling 3d measurement tools at Adobe Reader DC with secured 3d-pdf files made by Adobe Acrobat Pro 2020.
    I contacted to region customer service about this problem and received this function is intended option.

    Customer center said that you’d better to contact bug report if you want to know about further information.

    I should have not have bought Adobe Acrobat Pro 2020 bundle if enabling 3d measurement tools for secured 3d-pdf…

    8 votes

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  10. Would be nice to have a check box to say 'this is the way I want my UI setup', a la Microsoft File Explorer (use this view for all folders).
    The preferences as they are , are too complex
    Let the user set the window the way they want
    Then record that in the prefs with a single check box

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  11. On Windows 10 Enterprise 1909 build 18363.2094,
    Adobe Acrobat DC version 2021.011.20039,
    opening file Colour Cycle.pdf
    Top menu
    File > Print...
    Print Dialog
    Top section (Printer, Properties, Advanced, Copies, Help)
    Checkbox "Print in grayscale (black and white)" is unchecked.
    Expected behaviour: prints in colour
    Actual behaviour: printed in black & white.

    Why?

    Workaround:

    File > Print...
    Print Dialog
    Top section (Printer, Properties, Advanced, Copies, Help)
    Properties
    Tab 1 (Paper/Output)
    Right hand side
    Output Color: Black and White
    Dropdown list
    Select "Color"
    Click OK
    Click Print
    Prints in colour.

    For comparison, Microsoft PowerPoint
    Open Colour cycle.pptx
    File > Print
    Left hand…

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  12. Mostly there are many documentations which associates lot of text info referring a specific Image or Diagram. While reading the text, it always required to imagine the diagram if it is in another page and having a window side by side when clicked on this image to use it for referring while reading the following text or comparing other diagrams could be very useful to many industries.

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  13. This issue happens with keyboard-only and screen reader users.

    When exporting, saving or publishing a document as a PDF, the interactive features within that document (such as hyperlinks) don't work when the PDF is viewed in a browser (any browser). The only way an interactive PDF works as intended is when it is opened with Acrobat Reader.

    There must be an issue between the interactivity within a PDF and how browsers render that PDF document for accessibility. Can this be fixed so it doesn't matter whether a user has Acrobat or uses a browser to view a PDF and interact…

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  14. It is absolutely unacceptable that the Acrobat Reader changes the system cursor, and doesn't allow for some method of disabling this!
    It shows that Adobe have ZERO respect for their customers.

    I have a vision impairment. I have changed my Windows cursor to a very visible, fat, red cursor, because otherwise I lose track of where it is. But Adobe's opinion on that is "********!!!!" apparently.

    Why?

    Why do you hate your customers, Adobe?

    3 votes

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  15. Many times, I am confronted with a text string that needs a search (I generally use Google) and from within Acrobat I must select and copy the text, then go to the browser and search. I know it sounds fundamentally lazy...but these steps if repeated over and over take time. From the Chrome browser, we can select and then right-click text and "Search in Google" is an option. Acrobat is a much richer environment for working with the PDF but then the constant charade (for instance in a legal document with citations) of select, copy, open the browser, open or…

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  16. When you select a multiple words on Adobe Reader DC and then right click it will only show a single word. Please see the picture.

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  17. Having issue on Touchpad Scroll Down Page directly jump from page 1 to page 3 or 4, While Clicking on Clickpad scroll working fine.
    Used Adobe XI and Adobe Reader DC most latest version but result remain same. Have make changes almost described in different post for page Dispaly settings, Preference->Accesibilty all possible settings done but scroll issue remain same. while touchpad working fine when page display setting make Enable Scrolling. Also working fine on Excel,Word,Chrome,
    Windows 10 21H1 v 19043.1466
    laptop HP Probook 450 G7

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  18. When using the Pan mouse function, the mouse often selects text/images rather than panning. There is already a Select mouse option, when using Pan, you should not be able to select text as that's not what you're attempting to do.

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  19. Steps to reproduce the issue: When i have my screen reader (Fusion, ZoomText) on and want to open any pdf with adobe reader adobe reader freezes and cannot be used. even closing it does not work, it can only be done through task manager.
    OS: Windows 10
    Expected result: Programs runs and Screen reader reads the pdf.
    Observed result: Adobe reader freezes and never comes alive again.

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  20. Steps to reproduce the issue:
    1) Open any PDF
    2) Choose the hand tool (or select tool) from the toolbar user interface
    3) Close the PDF (progam does not need to close)
    4) Open the PDF again
    5) Note which tool is now chosen (it is not the one you changed to)

    Environment: Windows 7

    Expected result: The setting to be remembered after closing the program or PDF and opening the program or PDF again next time.

    Observed result: Changing from select to hand or hand to select setting in the toolbar UI (Toolbar Item:->Select and Zoom Tools)

    Working Function:…

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